'Super-spyware' could be GCHQ's, & govt 'responsibility' for ecstasy deaths (E160)
Afshin Rattansi goes underground on Regin 'super-spyware'. Security Expert Sander Venema says it is one of the most complex computer viruses ever made, able to gather huge amounts of data and control whole networks, and it could be the work of GCHQ. Labour's first openly transgender election candidate, Emily Brothers, talks about the struggle for equal rights, and how Labour will look after the NHS if they win the election. Dr Caroline Chatham, a drugs expert, warns the UK government has to accept responsibility for the recent deaths from the 'Superman' ecstasy pills, as they had information that they were dangerous and failed to inform the public. We round up misleading headlines in Breaking Views, with Charlie Hebdo, Tony Blair and Scotland's finances topping the tabloids. And with the first ever private company to run an NHS hospital pulling out of its contract, we ask if profit and privatization can work with a fundamentally public institution.
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